August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p11
The article offers news briefs on the British healthcare industry, including a report by the Health and Safety Executive which showed that workplace fatalities have increased sharply in 2010-2011, the Workplace Wellness survey which showed that finance directors considered employee health as a strategic priority, and the Comres poll which showed that British doctors were not convinced on the viability of the fit note.


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